Oakland Athletics Suites

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, Oakland, CA

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Suite Levels at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

Club Suite

14 Tickets
2 Parking

An Oakland A’s Club suite is located in the infield. Club suites will include 14-24 tickets and VIP parking passes. Premium in-suite catering options are available... MORE

Loge Suite

18 Tickets
24 Capacity
2 Parking

Loge Suites are located on both the East and West sides of the O.co Coliseum. Loge Suites come with 18 tickets with the option to purchase additional tickets. Premium... MORE

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Oakland Athletics Suite Prices

How much do Athletics suites cost?

Suite pricing for A's games will vary based on the opponent, day of the week and the amount of tickets you will need. For most A's games, suites will range from $2,000 - $4,000. The most expensive games are when the A's play the Giants. Suite pricing on other events at the Coliseum will vary widely on the type of event.

Oakland Athletics Spotlight

The Oakland Athletics enter 2018 with hopes that last year’s post All-Star break success will carry over. The A’s went 35-37 in the second half of the season, proving they are no longer basement dwellers in the American League. Billy Beane has constructed what he expects to be another playoff caliber roster filled with underrated and unproven players.

Oakland re-signed slugger Khris Davis to a 1 year, $10.5 million deal in the off-season. Davis had a monstrous year in 2017, with 43 home runs and 110 RBI’s. His 43 home runs led everyone in Major League Baseball not named Giancarlo Stanton or Aaron Judge. Along with Davis, second baseman Jed Lowrie and outfielder Matt Joyce are the two most experienced hitters in the lineup. Behind the plate, Bruce Maxwell hopes to improve in his first full season as the starting catcher. Last year’s rookie sensation Matt Olson will look to continue last season’s power surge. In just 59 games in the big leagues, Olson hit an astounding 24 home runs. Olson hit a rookie record 13 home runs in the month of September, including a long ball in five consecutive games. The former first round draft pick is a major part of Billy Beane’s future plans.

Oakland’s young pitching staff will need to improve for the A’s to take the next step in 2018. Kendall Graveman, Sean Manaea, Paul Blackburn, Jharel Cotton, and Daniel Gossett are slotted in as the Opening Day starting pitchers. Oakland’s youth movement is in full effect, as the 27-year old Gravemen is the oldest starting pitcher of the group. The A’s young roster is led by manager Bob Melvin, who was granted a contract extension in the off-season and is entering his 8th full season as manager.

The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum has a number of luxury suite options. Most A’s suites will accommodate groups of 14 to 24 guests. Club Suites are located in the infield, while Loge Suites are located in the outfield on both the East and West sides of the stadium. With an Oakland Athletics luxury box, guests will also receive VIP parking passes. Luxury suites will feature HDTVs, comfortable interior seating, upscale furnishings, and a dedicated suite attendant. Experiencing an A's game from a luxury suite offers the perfect opportunity to entertain clients or host family members.

Past Spotlights

In 2017, the Oakland A's will look to bounce back from a subpar season and compete in the American Legue West. In the traditional Athletics mold, the 2017 roster is strategically comprised of affordable players with specialized skills. Void of superstars, the Oakland Athletics' winning formula depends on contact hitting and opportunisitic offense. In 2017, the A's return their biggest power threat in Khris Davis. Davis hit a career high 42 home runs last season. He is a threat to go deep at any time. Ryon Healy will return at DH for the A's in 2017; Healy hit 13 home runs in a quarter of a season last year and A's management is very high on his upside. 

Sonny Gray will return as the A's Ace in 2017. Gray has a Cy Young caliber arsenal. Gray will anchor a young rotation. A's fans will be highly intereted in the development as Sean Manaea as a number two starter. Ryan Madson and John Axeford will likely compete to close games. 

The Coliseum has a number of luxury suite options. Most A’s suites will accommodate groups of 14 to 24 guests. Club Suites are located in the infield while Loge Suites are located in the outfield on both the East and West sides of the stadium. With an Oakland Athletics box, guests will also recieve VIP parking passes. Luxury suites will feature HDTVs, comfortable interior seating, upscale furnishings, and a dedicated suite attendant. Experiencing an A's game from a luxury suite offers the perfect opportunity to entertain clients or host family memebers.

The 2016 Oakland A’s will look to bounce back this season and compete in the American League West. The A’s are coming off of their worst season since 1997. Billy Beane kept busy this offseason making moves he feels will help this club get back to their winning ways.

New to the 2016 A’s roster is infielder Jed Lowrie, first baseman Yonder Alonso, outfielder Khris Davis and pitchers Henderson Alvarez and Rich Hill. The most recognized player no longer with the A’s is Brett Lawrie.

The lineup will feature the speedy Billy Burns at the top. Josh Reddick and Khris Davis will be the power bats in the middle of the lineup. Davis comes over from the Brewers and should contribute over twenty home runs for the A’s. Catcher Stephen Vogt is considered one of the better offensive catchers in the game. Billy Butler and Yonder Alonso will be expected to drive in runs this season. Marcus Semien will have high expectations. The shortstop struggled a bit in his first year with the A’s but has the tools to be a great hitter. Platooning from the bench will be Coco Crisp, Mark Canha and Chris Coghlan.

Leading the rotation for the A’s is Sonny Gray. Gray is a Cy Young candidate and has already established himself as one of the American League’s best pitchers. Kendall Graveman proved to be very effective in his first taste of the big leagues. Fans should expect Graveman to progress in 2016. Jesse Hahn battled some injuries in 2015 but Hahn has a lot of potential to be a solid number two starter for the A’s. Henderson Alvarez will be a nice piece to add in once he recovers from his injury. In the meantime, Rich Hill and Chris Bassitt will round out the staff. Closer Sean Doolittle is hoping for a healthy season. In 2015, Doolittle pitched in less than 14 innings because of injuries. The A’s added Ryan Madsen to set up Doolittle.

The O.co Coliseum has many luxury suite options. Most of the A’s suites will accommodate groups of 14 to 20 guests. With an Athletics suite you will receive VIP parking, private entry into O.co Coliseum and have exclusive access to the VIP clubs. An A’s luxury suite will feature HDTVs, interior and exterior seating, upscale furnishing and a dedicated suite attendant. Oakland A’s luxury boxes is the perfect option for business entertainment or a friends and family get-together.

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